Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program
Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Data
Monitoring of GHG data began in 2010 for most emission sources and the first reports were submitted to EPA in September 2011. An additional 12 source categories began collecting data in 2011 and submitted reports in September 2012. In total, 41 source categories report GHG data which account for 85-90% of U.S. GHG emissions. The goal of the GHGRP is to collect accurate and timely data to inform future policy decisions.
- GHGRP 2011: Reported Data
- Press Release
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Greenhouse Gas Data Publication Tool
EPA’s online data publication tool, called Facility Level Information on GreenHouse gases Tool (FLIGHT), allows users to review information quickly and easily by filtering GHG data in a variety of ways including by facility, industry, location, or gas. including by facility, industry, location, or gas. FLIGHT displays data in two distinct sections:
- Direct emitters are facilities that combust fuels or otherwise put GHGs into the atmosphere directly from their facility. This data is the default view for FLIGHT.
- Suppliers are those entities that supply certain fossil fuels or fluorinated gases into the economy which, when combusted, released or oxidized emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
For more information on using FLIGHT, visit FLIGHT’s help page.
Download GHGRP Data Sets
In addition to FLIGHT, 2011 GHGRP data is available for download in Excel or XML format and through Envirofacts.